The demolition of Downtown Plaza is so close, even 90-year-old non-basketball fan Bill Grant is starting to pay attention to it.
The City of Sacramento is edging closer and closer to acquiring the last piece of the puzzle it needs to build the Kings’ new downtown arena.
Concerned they would be seen as nothing but outsiders, the owners of the Macy’s Men’s store building in Downtown Plaza have requested the move to Alameda County.
Craig Powell with Eye on Sacramento warns the city isn’t spending money on appraisers to ensure taxpayers are getting their money’s worth.
The new slides show the arena sitting on a plaza that is 17 feet above street level with glass windows at ground level.
On Monday, Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson finally addressed claims in a new book that says he hates the Kings.
A shocking tell-all book was just released, detailing the struggle to keep the Sacramento kings from leaving town.
In Vagrant Kings, Graswich covers the Kings drama-filled legacy. It all unfolded with the one-time Sacramento Bee columnist and CBS13 commentator in a front-row seat.
An agreement this soon doesn’t happen very often, but the work the city put in during the last several years is a big reason the two sides were able to come together so quickly.
Two of the key investors in Sacramento’s proposed Downtown Plaza arena are already heavily invested in sites near the floundering mall.
The Grant Napear Show started with plenty of talks about the Sacramento Kings and their possible relocation to Seattle or the ability to keep the team in Sacramento. Grant fielded phone calls about the Kings […]
Grant started The Grant Napear Show with an opening dialogue that responded to Mayor Kevin Johnson’s announcement at the State of the City address. The rest of the show was Grant answering questions and statements […]